WILLIAMSBURG, Mass. (WWLP) – As tired as they were, their spirits were high. 22News met up with Sue and Tim Crane in Williamsburg when they hit 100 miles.
This is the 4th time Sue and Tim are hosting the Walk for Massachusetts Children, and they walked alongside other advocacy groups for children. They started last Thursday in Boston at the Harvard school of public health.
They’re walking to raise awareness for children’s issues, like mental health and hunger, and have a mantra to keep them going these last 36 miles.
Sue Crane said, “Kindness, advocacy, responsibility, and empathy. I think if we all think about that and keep that front and center when we are thinking about children and families, I think the world would be a better place.”
Walk for Massachusetts Children has partnered with 12 groups, including the Cutchins Program and the Children’s Advocacy Center. Any money raised for the walk will be split between the 12 groups. They plan to arrive to the Berkshire Library in Pittsfield on Saturday.